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  • In an administration where a slight is usually...

    Public humiliation is a rite of passage for many top officials in the Trump administration. But when it was Nikki Haley's turn this week, she fought back, defending herself in a way that reflects her unique status in the Trump administration. […]

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1) School boards in Park and Uinta counties have voted or are considering allowing approved employees to carry guns in schools. A school district in Pennsylvania is arming all of its teachers with small baseball bats. A school district representative says the bats are a symbolic gesture, alerting teachers they may have to fight to protect their students.
Should Wyoming school districts arm teachers with guns or baseball bats?
2) Kraft Heinz is considering rolling out Mayochup, a condiment made of mayonnaise and ketchup mixed together. The company asked the public to vote on it. What do you think?
Should Mayochup be available in supermarkets and other stores?

International investigators get first look at chemical attack scene. Former CIA Station Chief Daniel Hoffman reacts on Fox & Friends

WHP responds to 11 blow overs caused by gusty winds Tuesday

Posted 4-18-2018, Wyoming Department of Transportation (CHEYENNE) - Extreme high winds caused 11 blow overs on interstates 80 and 25 near Cheyenne on Tuesday, April 17. Two blow overs occurred on I-80 while the nine others happened on I-25 south of Cheyenne toward the...

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Four attorneys suspended from practicing law in Wyoming

By Kayla Dixon, KGWN
CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Supreme Court has suspended four lawyers from the practice of law in Wyoming for failing to comply with the Rules of the Wyoming Supreme Court for Continuing Legal Education. Click here for more

Sheridan Head Start program looking for a new home

KCWY 13
Sheridan – Sheridan Head Start kids need a new place to go, and if they don’t find a place soon, the program could end for them. Click here for more

Transmission proposal in Shirley Basin moves forward

By Heather Richards, KCWY 13

Wyoming’s largest utility is seeking a green light for about 18 miles of new and upgraded transmission lines near Rawlins, two branches of a much larger high-voltage power project to transmit electricity from central Wyoming to the southern part to the state and on into southern Idaho. Click here for more

Wyoming first lady Carol Mead reflects on years past, looks ahead

By Joel Funk, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – When Matt Mead was elected to serve as Wyoming’s 32nd governor, his life wasn’t the only one that changed. Click here for more

CFD annual report

Posted 4-18-2018, CFD Headquarters (CHEYENNE) - Cheyenne Frontier Days has posted the 2017 Annual Report.  Please see this link for a PDF copy....

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Wyoming State Museum store is having a sale

Posted 4-18-2018, Wyoming State Museum (CHEYENNE) - Do you like Wyoming history? Are you looking still looking for an amazing Mother’s Day gift for someone who does? Whether you are looking to treat yourself, or find a great gift for someone else, the Wyoming State...

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Broad support for bipartisan USE IT Act

Posted 4-18-2018, Office of Senator John Barrasso (WASHINGTON, D.C.) - A broad group of stakeholders has voiced support for the Utilizing Significant Emissions with Innovative Technologies (USE IT) Act. Public officials, academics, environmental organizations, and...

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  • Package bomber set to die Thursday awaits US...

    An 83-year-old death row inmate in Alabama, who was convicted in a December 1989 package bombing that killed a federal judge, is scheduled to die Thursday evening – unless his final appeal is successful. […]

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  • Fury in Germany as Rap Duo With Anti-Jewish...

    Fury in Germany as Rap Duo With Anti-Jewish Lyrics Gets Award... (Second column, 6th story, link) Related stories:Theater offers free seats to anyone wearing SWASTIKA armband...Non-Jew attacked by Arabic-speaking youth after wearing kippa... Advertise her […]

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  • Peace Through Weakness–Vermont Governor Signs...

    Last week, Vermont Governor Phil Scott hurriedly signed the state’s first gun control laws in many decades.  He did this in violation of his repeated campaign promise that he would not support additional gun regulations.  One of the newly-passed gun-control laws limits […]

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  • Yankees add 1B insurance policy while awaiting...

    The Yankees should soon find out how long they will be without Tyler Austin, who is expected to have his appeal of the five-game suspension stemming from last week’s brawl at Fenway Park heard as soon as Thursday. Austin has filled in well for Greg Bird at first while Bird rehabs after ankle […]

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  • AP Was There: The fiery end of the standoff in...

    WACO, Texas (AP) - Around 6 a.m. on April 19, 1993, FBI agents moved in to end a 51-day standoff with the Branch Davidian religious sect near Waco, Texas, ramming holes in the group's compound with armored vehicles and spraying tear gas inside. About six hours later, smoke poured from ... […]

Reuters

  • Commodities rocket on $100 oil talk, metals stress

    LONDON (Reuters) - Talk that Saudi Arabia has its sights on $80-$100 a barrel oil again ignited a fierce rally in commodities and resource stocks on Thursday, though the potential boost to inflation globally put some pressure on fixed-income assets. […]

CNN

  • In an administration where a slight is usually...

    Public humiliation is a rite of passage for many top officials in the Trump administration. But when it was Nikki Haley's turn this week, she fought back, defending herself in a way that reflects her unique status in the Trump administration. […]

ABC News

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  • Package bomber set to die Thursday awaits US...

    An 83-year-old death row inmate in Alabama, who was convicted in a December 1989 package bombing that killed a federal judge, is scheduled to die Thursday evening – unless his final appeal is successful. […]

Washington Times

  • AP Was There: The fiery end of the standoff in...

    WACO, Texas (AP) - Around 6 a.m. on April 19, 1993, FBI agents moved in to end a 51-day standoff with the Branch Davidian religious sect near Waco, Texas, ramming holes in the group's compound with armored vehicles and spraying tear gas inside. About six hours later, smoke poured from ... […]

New York Post

  • Yankees add 1B insurance policy while awaiting...

    The Yankees should soon find out how long they will be without Tyler Austin, who is expected to have his appeal of the five-game suspension stemming from last week’s brawl at Fenway Park heard as soon as Thursday. Austin has filled in well for Greg Bird at first while Bird rehabs after ankle […]

Drudge Report

  • Fury in Germany as Rap Duo With Anti-Jewish...

    Fury in Germany as Rap Duo With Anti-Jewish Lyrics Gets Award... (Second column, 6th story, link) Related stories:Theater offers free seats to anyone wearing SWASTIKA armband...Non-Jew attacked by Arabic-speaking youth after wearing kippa... Advertise her […]

Breitbart

  • Peace Through Weakness–Vermont Governor Signs...

    Last week, Vermont Governor Phil Scott hurriedly signed the state’s first gun control laws in many decades.  He did this in violation of his repeated campaign promise that he would not support additional gun regulations.  One of the newly-passed gun-control laws limits […]

Reuters

  • Commodities rocket on $100 oil talk, metals stress

    LONDON (Reuters) - Talk that Saudi Arabia has its sights on $80-$100 a barrel oil again ignited a fierce rally in commodities and resource stocks on Thursday, though the potential boost to inflation globally put some pressure on fixed-income assets. […]

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1) A judge in California has ruled that Starbucks and other coffee companies have to post a cancer warning, because a chemical used in the bean roasting process is a known carcinogen. The coffee industry is fighting back, saying the amount of the carcinogen is too small to cause harm. They say they can’t remove the chemical without affecting the taste.
Should Wyoming school districts arm teachers with guns or baseball bats?
2) The federal government, including Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, who is from Montana, is considering blocking gold mining from the mountains just north of Yellowstone National Park, citing concerns about the impact on the environment. Mining companies say they have been working in the area for years and the impact of new mines would be minimal.
Should Mayochup be available in supermarkets and other stores?

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